(2017-08-13 00:22)nihilisticEevee Wrote:(2017-08-13 00:11)lrusak Wrote:(2017-08-13 00:02)nihilisticEevee Wrote: I know you(garbear) said there would be advanced video options later, but i wanted to ask. Will there be a hard gpu sync option? I love the option in retroarch as it helps with input lag and is why i use retroarch as often as possible.
I know this is prob. long off(if at all) but i want to bring it so it can be planned for, rather than having to rewrite bunch of stuff in include it later on.
This will require the a retroplayer video renderer as it uses sync/fencing to make sure the rendering is a good as possible.
They talk about drm/kms also which is linux specific. This is apparently the best way to run RetroArch. Kodi can run on drm/kms (v18 only) and I have a special LibreELEC build that uses it (for x86 hardware). If you are interested in testing that I can post a link.
Thanks for the offer but i want to wait for retroplayer to be more mature before i install it my windows off the pc.
Sure, but just an FYI LibreELEC can be installed and run off a USB stick.